Hello guys! It feels so nice to be back here! I know that I have taken a HUGE break from blogging and it already feels like an eternity. So basically, that will be the very first post I am posting this year! Well, there is again another confinement in Mauritius and it has been two weeks already since we are at home. I think this has given me the opportunity to start posting again since I could not do it before because I had my 3rd term exams going on and unfortunately because of Covid, it has been decided that we won’t be doing the exams.😶.
Title: Playing Nice
Author: JP Delaney
Genre: Psychological thriller
Date of publication: July, 28th 2020
When Pete learns that his son isn’t his own but have been swapped in the hospital, he is devastated and rushes to tell his partner, Maddie about the news. Their two-year old son, Theo is actually the son of a very rich family, the Lamberts. Meanwhile, the Lamberts have Pete and Maddie’s biological son, who they named David. Having finally absorbed the shocking news, Pete and Maddie visit the Lamberts’ place and finally meet their biological son, David for the very first time while Miles Lambert and his wife Lucy meet Theo for the first time. The grown-ups have a meeting and decide to handle this awkward situation properly and sensibly. Pete and Miles soon become good friends and even share a drink together. The problem is that sometimes, Miles doesn’t seem to be the nice person he appears to be. And Lucy is nearly scared of her husband…
One fine day, Pete and Maddie received a few papers that shook them unexpectedly. Miles seem to be going a bit too far…and Pete and Maddie will have to fight a lot with bravery to be able to win and if they lose, their little family will be shattered forever.
My ratings: 5/5
It was an amazing book. I have never read a book like this (of psychological thriller) before and I have to say, it was breathtaking. It is just that type of book that really keeps you reading and reading till you finish it. It is really worth reading and I highly recommend it.
P.S. For the moment, I am reading To Tell You The Truth by Gilly Macmillan and I swear it is marvelous.😉